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From Start To Finish

After a disappointing 2009-2010 campaign for the University of Connecticut’s men’s basketball team (failing to make the NCAA tournament), things were only set to get worse for the Huskies in 2010-2011 after losing 3 senior starters including Stanley Robinson and Jerome Dyson.  Many college basketball experts predicted UConn to finish around .500 and garner another disappointing year despite... 

March 15, 2011 | Read the story »


The WAY to early preview: NL East

The NL East seems to already be written off as the Philadelphia Phillies and it’s clear to see why with a pitching staff that includes Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels. However, the rest of the East looks to be on the rise, so a 100-win season may not be as much as of lock as many believe. Below is the NL East Preview: No.1: Philadelphia Phillies: It would be foolish to put anyone... 

February 28, 2011 | Read the story »


Are the Flyers overlooked in Philadelphia?

The Stanley Cup could make its long-awaited return to Philadelphia this year. The countdown in Philadelphia began long ago. One month until pitchers and catchers report. … One week until pitchers and catchers report. … Two days until pitchers and catchers report. And now the countdown for Opening Day is on. You certainly can not blame Philadelphia sports fans for being excited about a baseball... 

February 22, 2011 | Read the story »


The Spurs sit atop the standings, but who is the real favorite to win it all?

As the trade deadline locks the rosters up down the stretch, the San Antonio Spurs sit atop the standings at 47-10. It seems almost surreal that Tim Duncan and company are chasing their FIFTH ring in thirteen seasons. With aged players and very seldom roster changes, the Spurs are still dominating the rest of the league like never before. That being said, the amount of first-tier quality teams that... 

February 24, 2011 | Read the story »

Grinding My Gears

You’re in Cheap Hands with Allstate

Feel-good stories don’t come along all that often in sports and when they do you have to take a moment to appreciate them. Richard Marsh, clearly an older gentlemen, though his age hasn’t been discussed, provided one of those moments Saturday night as part of a UHSL hockey game – at least he thought he had. The USHL’s Indiana Ice held a “Hockey for Heart” night, which was... 

February 16, 2011 | Read the story »

Fantasy Sports

Fantasy Sports for Dummies: Part Three, Preparing for The Draft

Every fantasy league no matter how well established or what form it takes begins with a draft.  Most drafts today take place online, using a website such as Yahoo or ESPN as a host.  Rarely people still meet up to talk trash and draft in person, but having a computer program handle the actual legwork is much easier than the ancient way of a commissioner keeping track of everything on an excel spreadsheet. Before... 

March 3, 2011 | Read the story »


Draft Season

We’ll continue with our quarterback countdown next week, so the two of you waiting with baited breath will just have to hold out until then.  For now, let’s talk about the NFL Draft. It wasn’t too long ago that the draft was simple, the ever fluxing number of teams, two diehard fans, and one hobo who had stumbled in out of the streets.  The only people who really knew the players were the college... 

March 10, 2011 | Read the story »